Korean Air has announced a tranche of new routes this week, including flights to Clark, in the Philippines; Nanjing, in China on 27 October. As well as, both, Zhangjiajie and Hangzhou, in China, on 28 October.
The airline will operate the Incheon-Clark route seven times a week, Incheon-Nanjing route four times a week (Monday/Wednesday/Friday/Sunday). The airline will operate the Incheon-Zhangjiajie route three times a week (Monday/Wednesday/Saturday) and Incheon-Hangzhou route twice a week (Monday/Friday).
Incheon-Clark route will depart from Incheon at 0755 and arrive at Clark at 1105. local time, while the return flight will depart Clark at 1310 and arrive at Incheon Airport at 1810. The flight from Incheon to Clark takes about 4 hours and 10 minutes.
Clark is a resort town on the island of Luzon in the Philippines, which is about two hours by land from Manila, the capital city. The Puning Hot Springs and Subic Beach (below) are well-known tourist destinations, and demand for tourism has been rising steadily recently.
The Incheon-Nanjing route is scheduled to depart Incheon at 1040. and arrive at Nanjing at 1210 local time, while the return flight will depart at 1315. and arrive at Incheon Airport 1645.
The service will depart Incheon at 1920 and arrive at Zhangjiajie at 2220 local time, while the return flight will depart at 2330 and arrive at Incheon Airport at 0340 the next day. The Incheon-Hangzhou route will depart Incheon at 1215 and arrive at 1:330 local time in Hangzhou, while the return flight will depart at 1440 and arrive at Incheon at 1800.
|Date of launch||Route||Frequency||Flight
|Time of Departure / Arrival||Fleet Type|
|7 flights a week
(One round trip everyday)
|4 flights a week
|2 flights a week
|3 flights a week